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A one-off success

25 January 2011 By Margaret Doyle

With the banks showing no sign of restraint, the government faces opposition calls for a rerun of last year’s bonus tax. But that would make the supposedly oneoff charge look permanent, with damaging consequences for London. Taxing balance sheets is a better way to curb excess.

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